How we increased new customer acquisition by using email automation

As many of you know, Campaign Monitor operates on a ‘self-service’ model where people can literally come to our website, sign up for our product and start using it without ever having to speak to a sales person.

While this can be a great experience for users, it poses some challenges for us around how we communicate with new signups to help them get the most out of the product and become paying customers.

In this post, we’ll tell you the story of how we used our email automation features to roll out a series of onboarding emails that increased new customer acquisition by 22%.

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Webinar: Using Zapier to streamline your email marketing

Tired of manually updating your subscriber lists? Join us for our webinar on Wednesday, March 25 at 10am PST / 1pm EST / 5pm GMT, when we’ll be sharing some of the secrets behind automatically keeping data between apps current, with no coding needed.

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Reframing typography in email design

Much of the recent discussion around typography in email has centered on web fonts and fallbacks. However, are we focusing on this at the expense of a deeper understanding of typographic principles?

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How to use email automation to learn more about your customers

If there’s anything I’ve learned from working for Campaign Monitor, it’s that talking to and understanding your customers is the best way to grow your business.

Nobody can tell you the things your customers can. The way they use your product, the problem it solves for them, and why they chose you over your competitors are secrets only your customers know.

But how do you learn about your customers when you have a million other things to do?

In this post, we’ll show you how you can use email automation to automate the process of reaching out and getting to know your customers.

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How ConversionLab used email automation to convert lost website visitors into $120,000 in revenue

Have you ever looked at your website analytics and been disappointed by the number of people that leave your website without converting?

You’re not alone. In fact, only 2% of website visitors convert with 98% of visitors leaving and potentially never returning.

In this post, we’ll show you how Campaign Monitor customer ConversionLab used email automation to get some of the 98% of lost visitors back and convert them into $120,000 in revenue.

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